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Algebraic number theory. 2nd ed. (English) Zbl 0811.11001
Graduate Texts in Mathematics. 110. New York: Springer-Verlag. xiii, 357 p. DM 68.00; öS 530.40; sFr. 68.00 (1994).
[The first ed. (1986) has been reviewed in Zbl 0601.12001.] Here are the first two sentences of the “Preface for the 2nd edition”: “The principal change in this new edition is a complete rewriting of Chapter XVII on the explicit formulas. Otherwise, I have made a few editions, and a number of corrections.” For this edition there are two new journal references: (a) {\it J. Jorgenson} and {\it S. Lang}, “A Parseval formula for functions with an asymptotic expansion at the origin”, Lect. Notes Math. 1564 (1993; Zbl 0788.30003); and (b) {\it N.-P. Skoruppa}, “Quick lower bounds for regulators of number fields”, Enseign. Math. 39, 137-141 (1993; Zbl 0803.11060). There is a very interesting article of {\it S. Lang} [“Mordell’s review, Siegel’s letter to Mordell’s diophantine geometry, and 20th century mathematics”, Notices Am. Math. Soc. 42, No. 3, 339-350 (1995)]. It reproduces (and discusses extensively) a letter, highly critical, of Siegel in which this book is mentioned -- quite derisively. The article makes a fine case for the approach of this volume.

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